The most delicious part is that the bachelors can see and learn about the bachelorette through a video greeting card, while she knows nothing about the men trying to woo her – except for their cooking skills, of course!
She chooses her Romeo based solely on the meal he makes for her – a truly tasty twist on dating television.
There are a bunch of regular bars on Soi 94 which had a few normal Hua Hin girls but was still quiet (guess because of low season).
Our first choice was Krabi, but when we went to book the flight the day after a drunken evening at Route 66, Air Asia wouldn’t let us.
Apparently you need to book flight tickets 4 hours before takeoff (6 hours for Thai Airways) online, so Krabi was out the window.
Date Plate challenges two food-savvy contestants to do just that.
They work within a budget – and against a clock – each cooking a special meal for a woman they've never met.
I suggested we visit Hua Hin as it’s only a few hours away and we can just get a Taxi.
We ended up grabbing the first taxi we saw and offered him 2,000 baht to take us to Hua Hin.
If it doesn’t rain the beach will be fairly clean and the water is clear but nothing amazing.
I come to Hua Hin because it’s close to Bangkok, I don’t have to fly, it’s easier to get around and best of all – it’s f****ing cheap.
A lot of them were Thai bar girls but there were regular girls there to who were just having fun.
I only headed to the club once so my information is still quited limited.
Unless you visit Market Village, your only other real option is Thai Friendly to meet girls for dates and what not.